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That is the first thinj;
when you are about
This bank with its ample resources and
capital, its history and management,
d'l'ers t he best inducements for com
mercial and savings lu-counts
L. J. Albert, Chas. Blattner, Will Hirseh.
J. H. Himmelberger. W. H. Miller,
It, B. Oliver, R. L. Taylor.
Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky returned
ihome from Chicago Monday.
Wm. Vedder has purchased an
B. W. Fletcher and vife left
Tuesday for Chicago to spend a
Cape has another "Chink"
laundry. The laundry 'has open
ed for business in the old bache
lor bar stand. No excuse for
any one going dirty now as the
Cape is blessed with four laun
dries. Mrs. llermieia foremerman,
aged 55 years, died in St. Louis
last Saturday afternoon while
undergoing an operation for ap
pendicitis. She was a sitter of
Mrs. Edw. Regenbardt.
Miss Wil burn, art teacher of!
the Normal, has gone to Atlanta, 'Jackson last Friday were: II.
Ga., to spend the rest of the E. Alexander and wife, Misses
summer. .Sebastian, Friaint, Medley, Wil-
Misses Bertha Walther and! Hams. Coerver. Chloe Kassel,
Maud Hitt returned home from Elsie Brunke, Wiggins, Sayers,
Arcadia last Sunday. ; Zimmerman, Ruby and Marie
Ur Mn Fiiw of nnVriri' Hamilton. J. IL Friant and wife,
AS & J vim A i a j w a. i ivi ivv
was in the city last Friday night
attending the closing exercises
of the Normal. Hie daughter.
Miss Esther, was one of the sum
Mrs. Ilermine Bremerman
was buried in BuUer, Mo..
Tuesday. She was laid to rest
beside her husband who died
thirty years ago. She is surviv
ed by two sisters.
Sam Coulborn, the man who
was cut up by a train it Neely's
Landing is still in a critical con
dition. Harry ShepDord of Bloomfield
passed through the city last Fri
day enroute to the Jackson home
George Weiss, Sr., a fanner
laving on rural route No.3 was
brought to the hospital Monday.
Mr. Weiss is sick of kidney
Prof. C. A. Green, tate high
school examiner, was in the city
Monday. He is holding exami
nations of teachers for state cer
tificates. Miill A. (ill im. I n ii' i t
II. UomT. Viiv-I'rosirtciit
I.. S. .i'li, Cil-hiiT
Accounts of individuals, business firms and corporations
solicited. Interest on Time Deposits and Savings
Accounts at raU1 of 4 per cent per annum
OrriCE AKD SAFETY
to im considered
C. F. Roehl of Denver is here
Miss Justine Burgess of St.
Louis, is the guest of Miss
Ed. L. Drum transacted busi
ness in Chaffee Wednesday.
George Summers is 'in Rock
Island, I1L, this week on lodge
Misses Gertrude .Tid Helen
McCleery of St Louas, are the
guests of IL B. Oliver and fami
ly this week.
G. C. Leemlv and wife return
ed home from Chicago Tuesday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Buerkle, August IS. 1911, a girl.
George Rodenmuyer of Ancil
is sick of tvnhoid fever. He was
brought here and placed in the
hospital last Friday.
Among those w n o went to
Chas. Stehr and wife, Herman
Bock and wife. W. II. Miller.
Harry Machen, Otto Vogt.
Viii will nrvtirv fvrim rho fniin.
cil proceedings in this issue that
the city council istLll continues to
meet and transact their regular
routine of business.
, . . r. .
d Ihe Giants
The Cubs play
another g.ame Sumlav. the score
The game went 14
Oliver Proffer aod .Miss Grace
Hayden of this pliKw, were mar-
ried in Jackson Sunday. They
left Tuesday for Dupa HI.
John R i U wJrkinff in the
. nit-aunt i iy ui tucii uwiicr. jiu , pennon nas oeen given, snau
blacksmith shop. 6uch comjensation can be agreed appoint three disinterested com-
Onen Proffer sold bis interest upon, the Council shall by ordi-t missioners, freeholders of prop
in the livery stable, Sslurday. to nance define the limits within 'erty in the county in which said
The Herald office is prepared
to execute all kinds of printing.
We guarantee our work .to suit
the most particular person. See
us before sending your
e lse where.
(i. S. SiiiiuiH'ts. Ast. Cashier
W'.O. Itowmnn, Asst. Casliler
II. Hreinint'iniiin. Saving lKqit.
DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
ORDINANCE NO. 070
A. Ori ..: T lmprTO !nJefM.4c
5trcl trim vl at Pacittc ttrxt la
Crater al Waal tU Blara.
f t OrdaiaeJ kjr fha Coaacil of tfc City
I Cap Girarrfvaa at lolUwn:
I Seclioa 1. Thai the Council hrrcto-
! fore to-wlt on the nth diiy Fcpruary
mil, by H reaiilutimi duly H'loted
declared It if'fs-iy tn 1 .u i r u v c
I trc.t f r-'i n v.cst suit)
of I'ni-itic street, t.i Vfi K. l Unnle-
' vnnl bv vrodiiiK mid mut'sid.'inilx.liij,
and building curb, and ifiit tern t here
on wImtp none li:iv been coiixt ructcd
and whliii r'-- il n I i n was duly .uii
lislnl in t li Ii.'tily l: iili';ii':iti. a
ri vs ajwr published in the city c.f
Cai1" ( ir.iriUati for seven coneeii
tjve ln-ert Ions, and -latino thitt said
vrnrk In; dune according to the pluriM
and speeiflratiiitis then lulopted and
oil file 111 the otliee of the f I) Vlk.
Sectrm 2. 'J'hat. the council now
llmls that a majority of t lie. resident
owners i f t he hinds that vmulil ne
liiih!" for the co-t of the improvement
at the date of t lie passaxe of t he reso
lution and who own a majority of the
front feet owned by residents ol the
city, abutting on the part of -aid
street proposed to be impioved have
not w uhiii ten days or or any time
after tin; publication of mild n s .lu
tion, or any time, filed with the city
clerk their protest 8ain-.t such im
provement. Sectioa 3. That the council therefore
has jurisdiction of snid matter, and
il is ordered t lint said work be done
in accordance with the plans mid
Kpecitlcat ions and under the provis
ions or Ordinance and Hint the
clerk advert ise for bids in Record. i nee
w ith the plans and the provisions of
Passed this 7th day of August, 1IU1.
F. A. KAGE,
i Presiding Officer of the Council.
1 Approved this 7th day of August'
i F. A. KAGE,
! Attest: CHRJS F. BETTEN,
CHICHESTER S PILLS
M'wf A ''lO. la l4 l O.IJ nnniAVV
f 1..iW Kr T yvmr V
w J m imtitit f iu. u
ORDINANCE No. "9G9.
AN ORDINANCE Drovidine
f or the Condemnation of Private
Property for Public Use.
lie it vrdmned bu the 6Wi-iner
cn oj vie ,tiy oj KAipe u rat-
demu MimvL m .follows:
Scclviku, Mode of pro -
ceelure hie. benefits and darn-
aye: note let:riMued'
Whenever the Mayor
Council shall decide and
iu ehiauusii, iijen, v,iuai,e.Ltnu
course, market place , public
park, public square, or tu estab
lish a market house, or to
take private property for any
other necessary public purpose,
they shall desire to
grade or change the grade or
line of anv street or alley or in
any way iilter or enlarge the
same, or construct any public
improvement, and it shall be
come necessary for that purpose
to take or damage private pro-
Perty or public use within the
meaning of Section 21. of Arti-
II of the Constitution of the
"L wtooui-i wunoui tne
consent of the owner of such
property, or in case they fail to
owroo rith th n;nor" thereof
for the proper compensation for
the damages so done ior likely to
b,e donr or stained by reason
f'':f lLby' Jgal
assessed to pay for such im-
The City Council shall cause
the City Engineer to prepare
plans and epecifications for such
work, change or improvements
the Council desires to have done
or made, which plans and speci
fications shall be hied with the
City Clerk; and if a grade line
for any street or sidewalk shall
be first established , or any estab
1 lished grade for street or side
jwalk changed, the plans and
specifications shall show the
erade established, and. if a
change of grade, the change an oath to perform their duties
from the old to the new line, 'justly and impartially and to
I which plans and specifications ! make a true report to the court.
I shall be approved and adopted! They shall give personal notice
by the ordinance defining the to the owners of the kind to be
district and ordering the work! taken or damaged, or their
done or changed or improve- j agents or guardians, if minors,
ments made. i if the owners, agents or guar-
Section Application Idians may be found in theCoun-
to court for commissioners. j of 9, Girardeau, and shall
m ,.uti .u irive five days notice by adver-
to be presented to the Circuit
Court of Cape Girardeau County,
or the Cape Girardeau Court of
Common Pleas of Cape Girar
deau, or to either of the judges
thereof in vacation, a petition
setting fourth the use for which
said land is to be taken and
dedicated, or the establishment
of the grade or change of grade
to be made; the names of the
owners of the several lots or
parcels of land, if known, or if,
unknown, a correct description
of the parcels whose owners are
.unknown, and Tiiuvinrr tVi in.
rinjntmpn. nf threw H iainrorfx: tcvl
j commissioners, freeholders of
property in the county, to assess
the damages which said owners
may severally sustain by reason
of the taking or damaging of
such real estate by the City, and
to assess the property benefitted
by such improvements within
the limits to pay therefor.
Section I '(-tit ion and
roJ'! f ordinance to be jihd
with the VUrl.
Said petition and a certified
copy of said ordinance directing
that said work shall be done
shall be tiled in the o'!ico of the
clerk of the court to which said
petition is presented, together
with a certified copy of this or
dinance, and in which petition
the known owners of all such
lots or parcels of land to be tak
en or damaged by reason of the
proposed improvements shall be
made parties defendant by name.
If the proceedings seek to ef-
j feet land of persons under guar
dianship, the guardian must be
made party defendant.
If the possessor of the land' to
be affected has an estate less
than a fee, the person having
the next vested estate in re
mainder or in reversion must, if
known, be made a party defend
ant. It shall not be necessary to
make any persons parties de
fendant in respect to their own
ership unless they are in actual
possession of the premises to be
affected, or have a title to the
premises appearing of record
upon the proper record of the
section Notice to
art Us concerned.
Upon the Cling of the petition
a summons shall be issued by
the clerk directed to each de-
I fendant therein, and served on!
I them at least ten (10) days be-!
.1 A . f .11 I
Iore V" "m? set ior me nearmg
l01 Petition, which summons,
bran ue wrvtai in uie bameman.
writs of summons are, or
may uc, i.y iaw icyuucu iu uc
If the name or resi-;
i dence of anv owner be unknown.
or if the owner of any property
affected by such proceedings
1 does not reside within the state.
j ' notice of the time of the hearing
the petition and the
, fi . f f, hparintr thpre-
for four weeks consecutively
prior to the time of the hearing
thereon in the newspaper for the
time doing the city printing;
and, in addition thereto, notice
by publication for four weeks
consecutively priur to the time
of hearing of the petition shall
be given in said newspaper to
all persons to whom it may con
cern, including the owners of
the property to be assessed with
K i n f i f ii'if rintif no rr i n it tna m
Ul-liVU LO, iLllVUb W1V.11.
i .i .-.a t;..
Sents or to unknown owners.!
and the notice to persons own-,
ing property to be assessed to missioners a Iu!l and detailed
pay benefits, may be incorpor- description of all lots, pieces,
ated in one and the same notice. , parcels of land within the bene
Sectiou ippointment of fit district and to accompany and
", U(,t , vjew 0f the land-and it shall be
ayes and apportion benefits. ; (he duty of the attorney in
, The Court, or judge, on being tt&i of said proceeding to see
satisfied that due notice of auch'thTt said report is in proper
compensation to be paid for said
t property taken or damaged and
to apportion the same as benefits
against the several pare Is in
said benefit district; and the
i commissioners so appointed shall
' be notified of their appointment
by the sheriff of the county.
Section .... CoMmivsioHtrs
, . ; ji
to take and subscribe oath,
shall oive notice of meeting;
shall meet, ahtre.
The commissioners, upon be
ing notified of their appoint
ment, shall take and subscribe
tisement in the newspaper doing
the city printing, of the place
when and where they will meet,
which shall be on some part of
the premises to be viewed; and
at such time and place shall meet
and view the street, alley or im
provement, and the property
taken or damaged.
Stction .... Damages assess
ed, I low.
Thev shall have due regard to
and make just allowances for
the advantages which have re
sulted or which seems likely to
result to t.ie owner, or owneri,
of the property for which dim
ages are allowed or claimed if
any; and in arriving at the dam
ages to be allowed to any person
the commissioners shall find the
value of the property before the
contemplated change or
improvement, arid if the value
of the property after the change
or improvement, plus any special
or pecular benefits the property
derives from the improvements
and not shared in by nil the
property along the improvement
is equal to the value of the prop-
crty before the change, thon the
owner shall not be entitled to
any damages; but if the value of
the property after the change
phis any such special or peculiar
benefits, is worth less than it
was before such change or im
provements then the Commis
sioners shall allow damages in
such sum as will justly compen
sate the land owner for damages
sustained by him.
Value of property before the
changes or improvement, ?1000.
Valve of property after change
imnmvpmiinr y.'MHI sncn
or improvement, SLRKJ. tpecia
or peculiar benefits to proDerty,
$100. Damages, none.
The value of the property af
ter the change, plus the dam
ages if any, plus special or pecu
liar benefits if any, must always
equal the value of the property
before the change wa3 made.
But in estimating damages the
cost of buildine the street or
paving, or the cost of the im- used only for the payment for
provement must not be taken land purchased or condemned, or
into consideration in arriving at for payment of damages tnprop
the damages, if any, to be al- erty, as the case may be.
lowed. Section. .. .Damages raised
The special benefits are not
the general benefits derived bv
all the property along the street
by reason of the improvement,
but any peculiar or special bene-
fit derived by the property, or
any ciner piece similarly suuai-
ed, should be considered in re-
ducing the damages allowed, if
, Section .... Leneflt aexed
!T .L. ' 1"
In assessing the benefits when
m;ccini)r dn SCMC orret
the city the amount of benefit.
if any, to the public generally by
reason of the change of grade or
other improvement described in
the petition, and the balanc?, if
any, against all the property
benefited within the benefit dis
trict, as defined, and shall ap
portion the benefits against the
several lots, pieces, tracts or par
cels of land, exclusive of streets,
alleys or public ground included
in the benefit district, in propor
tion to the benefit thereto, to
gether with a description of the
tract benefited, and said return
and report shall be filed with the
clerk of the court.
Section. . . . City Engineer:
Sit It' f
jAiiorneu: annex or.
It shall be the duty of the City
Engineer to furnish to said com
aia saia commissioners in ineir
Section .... PnK-eedinys af
ter confirmation by court.
Whenever the verdict of the
commissioners or jury shall be
confirmei by the court, and
judgement rendered that the
City have and hold the property
taken or damaged, and the
Council decide to continue with
the contemplated improvement.
; ine WUPC Pau UL romance
- W ,from luhe general
revenue fund enough money to
, av tho Haim ik
1 . 1 I. II 1 S 1
warrant to be issued iaable to
the Clerk of the Court in which
the proceedings are had for the
person entitled thereto.
Sect ion 1 sesst, tnt to
pay da magi s; when j'anabU:
The assessment against any
private property to pay damages
shall be due and payable to the
City as soon as the City shall
advance or pay such damages to ,
the clerk, as- provided in Section
of this ordinance; and it
shall be the duty of each and
every person owning property in
the benefit district to pay the'
amount assessed against his
property to the city collector
within fifteen (15) days after
the City shall have paid the
damages to the clerk of court,
and the City Clerk shall give
notice of the time when the
assessments become due by pul
iication for two insertions in the
newspaper doing the city print
ing and published in the city.
And if the address of any non
resident be known or furnished
to the City Clerk, it shall W his
mad of the amount of hisB"rcra-
ment, when due, t.ml that if not
paid a f pecial execution will" be
sued out of a court and levied
upon the lot. piece or parcel of
ground charged with the assess
ment. ,S(C 1'tnalty for failure
or iHjhct to tij ax-'cixmant.
If any person owing any such
assessment shall fail or neglect
to pay same to the City Collec
tor, a a required litrein. said
at the rate of thrfee ppr cent per
assessment shall draw interest
month as a penalty for non-pay
ment, and in addition to such
penalty sail pr.-on .shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction punished by
a fine of $.".(K) for every three
months such amount shall re
main unpaid after due.
The penalty of three per cent
per month on unpaid assessments
shall be collected by suit, brought
by the City Collector, in the
name of the City, and for every
suit brought, in addition to the
regular court costs allowed by
la there shalf L,e taxeri and
it , i .
collected as costs an attorney
fee of 5.00. which fee shall be
paid to the attorney bringing
Serf ion. . . . Ax-ic8fiuient-8 col
lected; how kept; to le used for
All assessments when collected
by the collector shall bo kept by
him in a separate fund; to be
lu juru: tww DaiJ: Etc.
If any judgment awarded to
any owner for property taken or
damaged shall be raised by a
jury, the City may pay such ad-
ditional amount out of any avail-
abIe fundg for that purpose or
Qv,nri,r, tu ,.j;V, a ;
case tne damages allowed any
owner for property taken or
damaged shall be lowered by a
iurv. such deduct on sha redtifA
the amount assessed against the
property pre rata; and if the city
fails to collect any assessments
in whole or in part, it may pay
the amount not so collected out
of the general revenue fund.
Section All ordinances or
parts of ordinances in conflict
with this ordinance are hereby
Section .... This ordinance
shall take effect and be in force
from and after its passage and
Passed this 7th day of August,
F. A. KAGE,
Presiding Officer of the Council
Approved this 7th day of Au
gust, lull. F. A. KAGE.
Attest: Chris. F. Betten.
David B. Hays
ATTORNEY AT LAW
twice: Wt-st side of Public Sqnaro
Dr. C. V. ALSOP
in All lis Branches.
:,vr !hoi'.f l'S; Residence 78
Av.ii -.l'euos for tin- painlens ex-tract;.-::
...t teetli used if desired
i .if charge). Ex&nuna
:ir. ! consultJitioii free. AH
:.e vt-'.rk is done in my office;
r une "f it iss.ent away. Satisfac-
i-l eerfu.ly piven.
Hair Cut 25c
FUtST-CLASS BATH ROOM
duty to notify such